Business & Finance: Senate Revelations 5:4

When the investigating U. S. Senators resumed writing their book of Wall Street Revelations in Washington last week, they had a lot of fun with their swart, persistent Inquisitor Ferdinand Pecora. He had just taken a drubbing as candidate for District Attorney of New York County (see p. 16). Inquisitor Pecora said he was "relieved." Dampened not a whit he ripped into the ever-widening circle of horrid-sounding facts that his staff had delved from Chase National Bank's voluminous books.

On Chase Bank's list of syndicate loans were found the names of Alfred Emanuel Smith...

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